01-06-2015 07:13 AM
I have a group of medical devices that obtain a user role on a PSK SSID that assigns them to a VLAN based on MAC OUI. I notcied in the logs upon connection that the devices get a DHCP address on the default VLAN and then grab another DHCP address on their appropriate VLAN. I can see why this could occur on a wireless network but in anyone's experience, is this the expected behavior?
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01-06-2015 07:37 AM
What method are you using to move the device to a different VLAN, a user derivation rule?
You should enable debugging on a client to see what VLAN it ends up in and for how long:
logging level debug user-debug <mac address of user>
When you have connected the device, you should type "show log user-debug all" to see if you see what VLAN(s) your client ends up in...
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01-06-2015 07:46 AM
Thanks for your reply. That's what I have done (I was debugging the device for another issue when I noticed this). I am using a user derivation rule and it does end up on the correct VLAN. I'm attaching a log which will hopeful clarify what I am experiencing.
01-07-2015 11:40 PM
Is that a vlan-derivation rule you have?
I would expect to see that behaviour if it was a dhcp fingerprint rule, but not for a normal vlan-derivation.
Have you tried a role derivation rule, but in the role you specify the vlan?
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